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Jerzees Men’s SpotShield Stain Resistant Polo Shirts (Short & Long Sleeve)

Jerzees Men’s SpotShield Stain Resistant Polo Shirts (Short & Long Sleeve)


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  • 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Pull On closure
  • Machine Wash
  • 5.6 ounces/190 grams; 50/50 cotton/polyester pre-shrunk jersey with stain-resistant finish
  • Spot shield fabric repels water and most Oil-based spills
  • Welt knit collar that resists curling
  • Two-button placket with reinforced bottom
  • Tear away label for added comfort

Specification: Jerzees Men’s SpotShield Stain Resistant Polo Shirts (Short & Long Sleeve)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

9 x 6 x 1 inches, 7.04 Ounces

Item model number




Date First Available

June 6, 2004



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10 reviews for Jerzees Men’s SpotShield Stain Resistant Polo Shirts (Short & Long Sleeve)

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  1. M

    I guess you can’t expect much more considering the price. Pay 1/6th the price of a Gap polo shirt, you’re gonna get 1/6th the material, and thats kinda what it feels like. But it you are lookgin for a light summer T-shirt with a collar and don’t want to care about accidently ruining an expensive shirt, this is a recommended “go to”
    I think these Jerzees will become my “around-the-house-dad” shirts

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  2. Johnny in Texas

    I bought these as a cheap replacement for my old all cotton shirts by another company altogether. They do seem cheap. Firstly, they have a strong chemical odor not usually associated with cotton/polyester. At least not in my experience. Secondly, they are very thin. The material is light in weight. they may do be5tter after a washing (I got them not 30 minutes ago), and we will have to see. the one thing that I am afraid of is the material may be actually more polyester than cotton. It is “supposed” to be 50/50. But, I really don’t think so. I am relying on my experience in clothing, and my first visual impression to make that statement. I am not expecting much. Will update in a few months. If they last that long.
    24 hrs later: washed etc, They did “fluff” a miniscule amount. I noticed that when I took them from the washer they were almost dry to the touch which leads me to believe less cotton. More polyester.

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  3. Simon

    When these arrived (arrived really fast), I was a little concerned that they were a cheap shirt. Price was cheap, but not necessarily the quality of the shirt itself. The shirt appears to be a little thin when I removed it from its bag, but the shirt when worn is not really that thin in actuality. The thin appearance when holding it up is just that in my opinion, an appearance. What it does do is lets the shirt breath extremely well allowing you to remain cooler than expected on warm days. While at the same time keeping you warm on cooler days. Bought two of these, one in green and one in black and am really happy with my purchase. Curious to see how the color holds up after a few washes.

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  4. Jhimi Island

    Back in the days of wearing a suit to work, it was always easy to get the correct size for an office shirt.
    These are given by collar size. Apparently, get that correct and somehow the chest and back-length are correct too.
    But for casual wear, these are only given by rough chest size. For me that would be size M. However, I am tall and slim and M means it is too short for [back] length. And the collar size is still totally hit and miss. A loose collar is no good here in the UK; in the frequently-cooler weather one wants to be able to do up the top button. I solve the length problem by buying a cheap t-shirt of the same size, cutting off about 4 inches of the bottom and attaching it to the first shirt with hem-tape.
    Anyway, the M-size of this shirt is just right for me. Long enough in the back – no hem taping here, just about OK collar size (perhaps a tiny bit loose but acceptable). The shirt also has a good close fit around the wrists and is soft and comfortable to wear.

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  5. Cyrus Webb

    This time of year you don’t need a sweater in Mississippi yet, but long sleeves are a must. I was looking online for some cost-effective long-sleeve shirts that I could easily wear for business casual and casual. This was perfect. It looks good with slacks or jeans. Looks and feels good.

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  6. mysunsx3

    We purchased 3 of these shirts for my son. All the same brand, all the same size, all from Amazon, but I did a review on each color because they do differ. I don’t know if everyone is like me or not, but I heavily rely on product reviews when placing online orders.

    Purchase #1 of 3 WHITE…

    My son started a new job at one of the chain hardware stores. They require that he wear a collared shirt. He didn’t have any and being that he works in the Garden Center, I knew they would get dirty and didn’t want to spend a lot. We ordered 3 of these shirts from the same brand. This particular one is WHITE. I am not very happy with this one. The material is super thin and it is scratchy. You can almost see through it, but it works ok because he wears a vest over the shirt at work. I will say on a positive note though, the shirt has gotten pretty dirty and has cleaned up well. For $9.00, I probably wouldn’t buy again, I will wait for a sale at one of the department stores and get a better, softer quality shirt.
    Purchase #2 of 3 ASH GREY…

    As mentioned in my other shirt review, my son is required to wear a collared shirt at work. Being that he works in a hardware store, we knew they would get dirty and didn’t want to spend a lot. We ordered 3 of these shirts from the same brand. This particular one is GREY. Out of the 3 we purchased, this one is far the best. It is made of thicker material than the white one. It is way softer than the white one AND it fits more true to size than the white one. It has always amazed me how you can buy multiple items from the same seller and they fit differently. He wears this one the most. Even on days when he gets it super dirty, it washes up easily without even using prewash/stain remover. I am happy with this one considering the price we paid.


    This review is for the CHARCOAL colored shirt. The shirt is a nice dark color, which helps keep it clean. I was concerned about the shirt being too hot. As mentioned in my other shirt reviews, my son works at a hardware store in the Garden Center and is outside a lot. The shirt is lightweight and thin, so he hasn’t gotten too warm in it. Being that the color is dark, the fact that it is thin is not a big issue like it is with the white one. Much like the white shirt, the material on this one is a bit scratchy. It’s been washed several times and still has that scratchy feeling. Also much like the white one, this one tends to run a bit larger than a regular XL shirt. We have been rotating the 3 shirts during his weekly schedule. Although they may not be my favorite purchase or even really a great “deal”, I wouldn’t return them. All 3 shirts, despite their differences, have held up well and are good work shirts.

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  7. Cyrus Webb

    The fabric is a little light compared to the “heavy cotton” that is often used in such shirts, but it is good. When they say they will deliver a 4X XL, they mean business. I am a big guy and need the big sizes. I recent years have dreaded plumber butt, but this shirt has THAT covered!

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    I’m a xxl all day long every polo shirt I’ve bought is a xxl , this top is at least a xxxxl in size , very thin material poor quality item not the quality they use to be, avoid.

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  9. Wayne

    Évidemment, à ce prix la qualité n’est pas ”supérieure” mais J’ADORE ces polos (j’en ai 5 identiques de 5 couleurs différentes parce qu’ils ne sont pas chers) et j’en porte tous les jours depuis le début de l’été… je les recommande fortement à tous ceux qui aiment ça être vêtus ”décontractés”. N.B. Pour quelqu’un qui pèse 170 livres, comme moi, il faut un XL

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  10. edgerboy

    These are awesome!!!

    First and foremost it is a jersey knit not a polo knit: so it feels like a light weight tee shirt which is awesome in the summer time. I work a combination of indoors and outdoors so a tee shirt with a collar is a real plus around my office.

    The fit is amazing. I’m built like a fire plug… 5’11” and 220 lbs. I have a 48″ chest, but normally wear a 50-52 coat for my shoulders… well, the XL is a perfect fit for me. A large fits me better across the chest and is more form fitting (it’s snug, but not tight) but the XL fits my shoulders and is a lot more comfortable. In my opinion the sizing is SPOT ON ACCURATE. From the jerzees website: L = 46, XL = 50.

    Even better than the way it fits in the chest is the sleeves. They go all the way to my elbows. A standard polo sleve bunches up and creeps up to my shoulder… this shirt has a roomy shoulder so it doesn’t bunch up and the sleeves go all the way to my elbow (straight armed it stops about 1.5 – 2″ above the crease in my inner elbow).

    Lastly is the length… at 5’11 I can tuck this shirt in into my jeans or slacks and it looks great. Most polo shirts in an XL are either way too long (hang past my crotch) or way too short (stop at my belt). This one was designed to be worn tucked in.

    If you are taller than 6 feet, I’d look at the tall sizes… if you’re heavier (thicker in the middle) look at the numbered sizes. A “secret” to shirt sizing that many don’t know is that an XXL and a 2XL are not the same cut. In football terms an XXL is for a running back while a 2XL is for a lineman. If you’re stocky in the middle get the numbered size… if you’re a big guy with a V-back (narrow waist), then go for the multiple X sizing.

    For washing… The tag says machine wash and machine dry. Personally: I just toss them in the machine on cold and then dry them on low to about half way (15-20 minutes on low heat) … then hang dry them the rest of the way so they don’t shrink (they’re not supposed to shrink since they’re 50% poly but it is still a knit shirt).

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